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PAKISTAN ARMED FORCES

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PAKISTAN ARMED FORCES

  1. 1. PAKISTAN ARMED FORCES
  2. 2. PRESENTED BY 2013-BT-CIVIL-01 2013-BT-CIVIL-28 2013-BT-CIVIL-30 2013-BT-CIVIL-34
  3. 3. ARMED FORCES • The armed forces of a country are its government-sponsored defence, fighting forces, and organizations
  4. 4. PAK ARMED FORCES Founded 1947 Headquarters Joint Staff Headquarters, Rawalpindi Leadership Commander-in-Chief President Mamnoon Hussain Minister of Defence Khawaja Asif Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Rashad Mahmood
  5. 5. Reaching military age annually 2,237,723 males 2,104,906 females Active personnel 617,000 (ranked 7th) Reserve personnel 550,000 (ranked 15th) Expenditures Budget $6.98 billion (2013–14) (ranked 25th) Percent of GDP 2.7% (2013)
  6. 6. Manpower Military age 16–49 years old Conscription None Available for military service 48,453,305 males, age 16–49 44,898,096 females, age 16–49 Fit for military service 37,945,440 males, age 16–49 37,381,549 females, age 16–49
  7. 7. PAK ARMED FORCES • PAK ARMY – PAK RANGERS – FRONTIER CORPS – INTER SERVICES INTELLIGENCE(ISI) – MILITARY INTELLIGENCE(MI) – SPECIAL SERVICES GROUP(SSG) • PAK AIR FORCE • PAK NAVY
  8. 8. ARMY Pakistan Army is the largest branch of military and is mainly responsible for protection of the state borders, the security of administered territories and defending the national interests of Pakistan within the framework of its international obligations.
  9. 9. WOMEN AND MINORITIES IN THE FORCES • Women have served in the Pakistani Army since its foundation. Currently, there is a sizable number of Women serving in the army. Most women are recruited in the regular Army to perform medical and educational work. Also minorities served in forces
  10. 10. BATTLE AGAINST SO CALLED TALIBAN • The Pakistan army is fighting for the survival of the country. • RAW promoting separatism in Baluchistan same like as promoted separation in Bangladesh • India supports Taliban by its 24 consulates in Afghanistan, giving them hi-tech weapon n training. To make Pakistan weak.
  11. 11. PAKISTANI ARMED ORCES RELIEF OPERATIONS AND UN The Pakistani armed forces are the largest contributors to United Nations peacekeeping efforts, with more than 10,000 personnel deployed in 2007.Other foreign deployments have consisted of Pakistani military personnel as advisers in African and Arab countries
  12. 12. Political Activities • The Pakistan Army has always played an integral part in local politics since its inception mainly on the pretext of lack of good civilian leadership, corruption and inefficiency
  13. 13. ORGANISATIONS • Several Army organizations operate in the commercial sector across the country. For example, the National Logistics Cell(NLC) was responsible for trucking food and other goods across the country • Frontier Works Organization(FWO) built the Karakoram Highway • Special Communication Organization maintained communications networks in remote parts of Pakistan
  14. 14. ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS • National defence university, Islamabad • Command and staff college, Quetta • The national university of sciences and technology (NUST)
  15. 15. PAKISTAN AIR FORCE(PAF)
  16. 16. JF-17 Thunder FC-1 Xiaolong
  17. 17. Pakistan Aeronautical Complex Industry • Aerospace and defense Headquarters • Kamra, Punjab, Pakistan Products • Aerospace equipment Military aircraft Communication equipment Navigation equipment Space systems
  18. 18. SPECIAL FORCES The SPECIAL SERVICES GROUP (SSG) is an independent commando regiment/corps of the Pakistan Army. It is an elite special operations force similar to the United States Army Special Forces (Green Berets) and the British Army's SAS.
  19. 19. SSG PAKISTAN
  20. 20. SSG PAKISTAN
  21. 21. THE REWARD • SSG is 9th best Special Force in the world after UK’s SAS and US’ Delta Force • In top 10 special forces SSG has least budget • US’ SWAT Forces and India, China, Korea’s Special Forces are behind Pakistan in ranking
  22. 22. RANKS IN PAKISTAN ARMED FORCES
  23. 23. PARA MILLITARY FORCES
  24. 24. PAKISTAN RANGERS Founded August 14, 1947 Country Pakistan Size 100,000 active troops Part of Pakistan Paramilitary Forces Headquarters Islamabad, Karachi and Lahore Motto Daim's Sahir'n "Ever Ready" Colour Red and blue
  25. 25. • The Pakistan Rangers are part of the Paramilitary forces of Pakistan, under the direct control of the Ministry of the Interior of the Pakistan Government. • The Director General of the Pakistan Rangers currently holds the 2-star rank of Major-General
  26. 26. ANTI TERRORISM • The Rangers Anti-Terrorist Company has been active since early 2004. They were trained by Zarrar Company of SPECIAL SERVICES GROUP (SSG) of the Pakistani Army.
  27. 27. Role in peace maintenance in Karachi Pakistan Rangers were deployed with special powers. Pak Rangers played a crucial role in maintaining peace and curbed law offenders without any discrimination and consideration of political affiliation.
  28. 28. FRONTIER CORPS • The FRONTIER CORPS is a federal auxiliary military force under the command of the paramilitary command of Pakistan, recruited mostly from the tribal areas along the western borders and led by general officers of the Pakistan Army.
  29. 29. FC Type Paramilitary Role Law enforcement/Border patrol Size ≈80,000 Part of Ministry of Interior (MoI) Ministry of Defence (MoD) Garrison/HQ Peshawar, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Quetta, Baluchistan Inspector General, Peshawar Major-General Ghayur Mehmood Inspector General, Quetta Major-General Muhammad Ejaz Shahid
  30. 30. DEFENCE INTELLIGENCE • Since 1947, there are three main defence intelligence services operationalized in the military. The Military Intelligence, Naval Intelligence and the Air Intelligence are tasked with counterintelligence operations, identifying and eliminating foreign agents and other anti Pakistani elements within Pakistan.
  31. 31. MILLITARY INTELLIGENCE(MI) • The Directorate-General for the Military Intelligence (also known as M.I.), is a Pakistan Defence Forces intelligence agency and that is responsible for the military counter- intelligence. It is also refers specifically to the intelligence components of the Pakistan Armed Forces.
  32. 32. Historical overview The agency was created by Major-General Robert Cawthom, who also served its first director.
  33. 33. ORGANIZATION The MI directorate is composed of Air Intelligence (AI) of Air Force, Naval Intelligence (Navy), Army Intelligence (Pakistan Army), and the Directorate for Marine Intelligence of the Marines. However, the M.I. is part of the Army and reports directly to the Chief of Army Staff. And, the Army has been appointed its officers to lead the agency.
  34. 34. Inter-Services Intelligence(ISI) • Established in 1948 by Major-General Robert Cawthome, the Directorate for Inter-Services Intelligence (more commonly known as Inter- Services Intelligence or simply by its initials ISI) is the most premier and largest intelligence service.
  35. 35. PASSION OF NATION
  36. 36. NISHAN E HAIDER • The greatest military award of Pakistan • Given to those soldiers which martyred during war showing bravery • 10 soldiers have got Nishan e Haider
  37. 37. WAR HISTORY
  38. 38. Conflict Pakistan and allies Opponents Results First Indo-Pakistani War (1947–1948) Pakistan Tribal militias India UN ceasefire  Pakistan controls Azad Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan, India has Jammu and Kashmir Balochistan conflict (1948–present) Pakistan Balochistan Liberation Army Baloch Republican Army Ongoing  Ongoing insurgency against Pakistani authorities. Second Indo-Pakistani War (1965) Pakistan India UN ceasefire  Return to status quo ante bellum. Bangladesh Liberation War (1971) Pakistan India Mukti Bahini Defeat  The independence of Bangladesh. 1970s Operation in Balochistan (1973–1978) Pakistan BLA Victory  Return to status quo ante bellum. Siachen War (1984) Pakistan India Defeat  India annexed the Siachen Glacier. Kargil War (1999) Pakistan India Status quo  Return to status quo ante bellum. War in North-West Pakistan (2004–present) Pakistan Pakistani Taliban Ongoing  Ongoing insurgency against Pakistani authorities.
  39. 39. PEACE MISSIONS

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